Auntie Anne's pretzel from the mall? Up to now, that's the only time that I've ever had them. It's the treat that I look forward to every time I visit the mall. Pretzels with cheese dip or just mustard. Yum! Times are changing and I don't get to the mall very often anymore. It's been a long time since I've had one of their yummy pretzels.
Now I have discovered the At-Home kit. They agreed to send me one to review. I was definitely leery at first because after all, it's me doing this....at home....not a gifted Auntie Anne's worker whipping them up like nothing.
The kit came with all you see in this pic: The main mixture, baking soda, salt, dry yeast and cinnamon/sugar.
There's enough in the kit to make 10 large pretzels.
There are many other things you can make, not just pretzels. I saw recipes for Monkey bread, pretzel dogs, Pizza dough, and much more. I decided to go with a basic pretzel recipe. The directions were easy enough to follow. I kept going back over them again and again just to make sure that I didn't miss anything. I made 4 in pretzel shape and the rest of the dough, I made into pretzel bites.
I just have been doing everything right, because they turned out amazing! I honestly wasn't expecting them to turn out so good. They were just like eating the ones from the mall. The only thing that I would have done better was made the pretzels thinner. They swell up quite a bit and look how fat mine were! LoL They still taste delicious though.
The whole family loved them and this would be a great family activity for your family also.
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Disclaimer: Auntie Anne's provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.